Shari Feist Albrecht
|Shari Feist Albrecht|
|Kansas Corporation Commission|
|June 25, 2012 - Present|
|Years in position||1|
|Elections and appointments|
|Appointed||June 25, 2012|
|Appointed by||Gov. Sam Brownback (R)|
|Bachelor's||University of Kansas (1982)|
|J.D.||Washburn University School of Law (1984)|
Albrecht is a licensed attorney. She served as Associate Chief Counsel at the Kansas Department of Health and Environment from 1993-2012. She has also been a supervisor of the Environmental Practice Group of the KDHE, and has served as a Director for the Oil and Gas Conservation Division with the Kansas Corporation Commission.
- BA, Spanish Literature, University of Kansas (1982)
- JD, Washburn University School of Law (1984)
Kansas Corporation Commission (2012-Present)
Albrecht stated, "As a lifelong Kansan and dedicated public servant, I am honored my experience and expertise has been recognized and is valued. I am committed to channeling my knowledge and qualifications into this new challenge. I look forward to listening to the parties appearing before the Commission, learning their perspectives, and making informed decisions that balance the public interest."
Albrecht and her husband, Martin, have two daughters. They attend Faith Lutheran Church.
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- KCC skirted open meeting law in massive rate hike case - Topeka Capital Journal
- Kansas Corporation Commission will not seek outside inquiry into staff - Kansas City Star
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